Always was sad that such games as Final Fantasy were barely released on PC ( Only the VII and VIII + now Last Remnant ) , looked like those games will be just in a memory, however, because of certain people, we're able to enjoy those beatiful games on PC! Really greater thanks to everybody who worked on the project and plugins. Best wishes for future!
Recently getting back into emulation, I decided to give PCSX2 a go since it has come a long way since I last played around with it maybe over a year ago. I cleared the dust off of a few of my old PS2 games and loaded up Kingdom Hearts 2 and FFX. Played beautifully in PCSX2, both to the end. Had to use the beta build for FFX in Al Bhed Home, but that was no biggy.
So here is my official THANK YOU to the PCSX2 team. I can tell this has been a lot of hard work and I'm sure myself and many others are very grateful for the dedication it must take to achieve such an outstanding emulator. For some reason I enjoy playing my old games again, more than I do on my PS2.
Great job, keep up the good work. Again, I give you guys a lot of credit and look forward to future releases!
I have to give the PCSX2 team mad props. First of all as a Computer Science major in college the devs must have mad coding skills to reverse engineer an advanced gaming system.
2 reasons I love PCSX2. First of all being able to play games on my computer means I can clear off the shelf by the tv of my playstation 2 and leave the shelf to be used for the Xbox 360 and PS3 games. I can just dump the PS2 bios and make an image of a few games and then put them in a box and stuff it in the closet out of the way.
Also it is great for when I feel like playing some of my PS2 games and my room mate is hogging the tv and I can't play it on the PS2 or PS3.
I started playing an N64 emu last week and it made me wonder what other emus were available.So google was my friend and gave me a link to the PCSX2 site and this forum,so I came here expecting people to be complaining that it sucks and it's lame and all the other nethead insults,instead I discovered people posting helpful info about how to make games work with it.
So props to you all here on the forum and to the programmers who've given us the benefit of their skills and time.Even if they decide to abandon PCSX2 they have done a great job and I for one am defenitely impressed and grateful that I can now play all those PS2 games I thought consigned to the trashcan of time